Did you know that there are over 2500 plants in the Hawaiian Islands alone? It lives in many remote areas such as valleys, cliffs, ridges and mountain peaks. The upper part of Haleakala National Park on Maui is rich in flora and fauna. Come to Kula Botanical Garden and enjoy the real beauty of the island. This enchanting spot is ideal for outside evenings. These are some of our beloved attractions.
If you are into botany, go to the Kula Botanical Garden.
Kula Botanical Garden was founded in 1968 by Warren and Helen McCord. It was originally the exhibition hall of Warren’s landscaping industry and has since developed into an 8-acre oasis. The gardens are located at an altitude of 3,300 feet and boast an array of tropical and subtropical plants. Visitors can enjoy exploring waterfalls, rock formations, covered bridges, and carp ponds.
Kula’s eight acres of exquisite tropical plants in Kula are in full bloom and thousands of tourists come every year. Walk along the slow-flowing stream and see fragrant white ginger and other water-loving plants. Also, why not come to the lemon eucalyptus forest? Additional garden highlights are Orchid Pavilion, Fusia Pavilion, Bromriad Pavilion, chameleon exhibits, and a bird sanctuary for endangered Nene birds.
Are you spending Christmas in Maui? you are very lucky! Kula Botanical Garden is one of Maui’s botanical gardens. Kula Botanical Garden is one of the biggest producers of Christmas trees in Hawaii. The property harvests new Monterey pine trees yearly. Wreaths, basic decorations, and chopped vegetables are on sale from November to December.
Without souvenirs, it is impossible to complete a tour of the Kula Botanical Garden. Go to the gift shop and find items of interest in Hawaiian products and plants. The garden and gift shop are open every day from 9:00 to 16:00